COVID-19 Food Insecurity Hits Record Levels in Vermont

An image of UVM food security researchers Meredith Niles (left), Emily Belarmino (center), and Farryl Bertmann (right).

Food insecurity in Vermont has reached record levels during the COVID-19 pandemic, with nearly 30% of Vermonters experiencing food insecurity since March, new University of Vermont research finds.

With Thanksgiving approaching, the research is the most comprehensive study of COVID-19’s impacts on food security in the Green Mountain State to date.

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